Newsletter - January 10, 2010

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  1. Jude 1:14-19 - Ungodly Mockers 

    Jude reminds his readers that the ungodly who characterize the last times are not an unexpected phenomenon. Their attitudes, words, and eventual judgment were revealed by God far in advance. Believers in this age should be neither surprised nor discouraged when opposed by these sensual mockers of God.

    By Tony Garland
  2. The Apostasy of the Church 

    In this two-part sermon, Andy Woods explores what Scripture teaches concerning the predicted apostasy of the Church.

    By Andy Woods
  3. Genesis 3 

    In this five-part video presentation, Andy explores the importance of Genesis 3 as a foundation for understanding the rest of the Bible.

    By Andy Woods
  4. Question #110 - The Truth Project and Amillennialism 

    Does The Truth Project reflect an overtly amillennial interpretation of Scripture?

    By Tony Garland
  5. Question #111 - Discerning the Lord's Body in Communion 

    What does Paul mean when he mentions "the Lord's body" when writing to the church at Corinth concerning the Lord's Supper?

    By Tony Garland
  6. Evidence of Early Hebrew Writing 

    "Did the writing of the Bible begin as far back as the 10th century B.C.E., during the time of King David? . . an inscription recently deciphered by a scholar at Haifa University indicates that for at least some books of the Bible, the answer may be yes."

    By HaAretz News
  7. Recommended Podcast Sites 

    Several new sources of free Bible study podcasts have been added to the website links at

    By Tony Garland
  8. Practical Aspects of Pastoral Theology 

    Book review of a newly released book edited by Christopher Cone which offers helpful and Biblical information for pastors.

    By Tony Garland
  9. Insider Criticism of Dispensationalism 

    A "reluctant dispensationalist" makes some thought-provoking comments concerning dispensationalism.

    By Paul Henebury

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